Geological Survey Marker on Longs Peak in Colorado at 14,255ft
Welcome to Cascade Climbs!
A SELF GUIDE SERVICE
After many years of climbing the peaks in the Cascade Range here in Oregon and Washington and having purchased what seems every book available to climb here, one is always left with the uneasy feeling of not being sure of exactly what to expect or where to go. This uneasy feeling can lead to never attempting your summit or even worse, heading up there without the proper preparation and equipment. Our goal is help you reach your peak and to be as safe as mountaineering allows in doing so.
The Cascade Climbs Project
It is our intent to publish a series of guide books that not only describe the most popular route on each peak but to also supply you with the answers to every question that goes along with summiting that peak as well as a wealth of information surrounding that peak. If we don't answer your question(s) we want to hear about it so it can be added to the next release. Take a look at volume 1, MOUNT HOOD SOUTH SIDE ROUTE available here on this site and in stores now!!
MOUNT HOOD-SOUTH SIDE ROUTE | THE CLIMBERS ULTIMATE RESOURCE
NOW AVAILABLE IN KINDLE AND EBOOK VERSIONS
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Make your next trip to the Northwest a success by allowing us to supply you with a complete informational guide resource so you, the climber and your party, can make the most of your trip to the Cascade Mountain Range AND BACK!
Many people want to climb, but the lack of knowledge of the mountain route can result in not going at all or going unprepared. This site is about getting you out there to live your dreams and supply you with the necessary knowledge for a safer and more satisfying climbing experience. Certainly nothing can replace the use of an experienced guide service, but for those who wish to organize their own climb, this is the solution to help you reach your goals. Those using a guide service will also find these books helpful in the knowledge gained prior to their climb and be the most prepared climber on your team!
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"Updated OCT 2012"
WARNING!! Mountaineering is dangerous and there are NO completely safe mountains to climb. Conditions can change rapidly, and bad weather can trap you. Other climbers, as well as those on your rope team, can get you injured or killed. Be aware, be awake, be fit, and take precautions. Above all, be safe. These packages are not only for the climber but also for others who come along for support. We will offer information on other things to do in and around the area of the climb. See the links to the left to check out the latest packages available, and check back often to see the newly added climbs.
Guard your food and hide it better than this climber did or you'll go hungry when you get back to your car.
See the Staying Alive Climbing video on the Videos and DVD's page. The best technical video available for mountaineering.
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